According to an interview Sheryl Crow did with WFPK’s Kyle Meredith, the singer-songwriter will release her final album some time in 2019, and it will include collaborations with Don Henley, Stevie Nicks, Keith Richards and Joe Walsh.
“I’ve got this record in the can and it’s going to come out next year,” Crow said. “It’s a very collaborative record. People who have asked to collaborate with me, people I’ve loved and I’ve worked with, some heroes of mine for ever.”
On why Crow felt this was going to be her last album, she said, “I really love the record so much, and at the same time I think, ‘How would I follow that up with an album?’”
Crow and Nicks released three tracks together in 2002, including the songs, “C’mon, C’mon,” “Diamond Road,” and “You’re Not the One,” and they have frequently performed live together. Richards had already appeared on Crow’s album Live from Central Park in 1999, and Henley sang with her in 2002 on the song, “It’s So Easy.” She also recorded background vocals for Henley before she made it big.
Crow’s plan is to just release individual songs rather than full albums after this final record.
Photo Courtesy of Interscope